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Old 01-19-2006, 07:33 AM   #26
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"Squeal like a pig" has a whole new meaning now...
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"Squeal like a pig" has a whole new meaning now...
Especially if you got a purdy mouth...
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Just so the boil is not on the purdy mouth... you'll be fine...
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Old 01-19-2006, 07:42 AM   #31
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Ray, didn't I see your name in a movie about a "Piggie?"

Didn't really look like you, though. *snicker* *lurk*

Sorry 'bout that butt-grabbing business--that does sound a bit scary, actually.

On the converse side, I bet it'd be easy for one of the guys to start a thread called "All Women are Stupid, Disgusting B*tches." It only takes a few idiots to make the whole crowd look bad.
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I think that thread would sound more like "All Woman Are Manipulating, Cruel and Vindictive C*nts". . . I actually do not find woman all that disgusting. . . that is why I stalk the bushes waiting for young woman so I can pinch their bottoms and flee in hysterics
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Last time someone grabbed my a$$, they recieved a beating (from me). I may look petite and harmless, but I'm not. Since then, no one has even dreamed of repeating the act.

Some men can act so immature and stupid, it makes me mad.
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Men only?

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To be fair, I've had women grabbing my a$$... I wouldn't call them pigs, though...
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Uh Ray, did you check for an adams apple...
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some men are stupid, disgusting pigs -- but in all fairness, I haven't met very many of them. Overall, I'd say men are O.K. and I kind of like them.
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Some dude grabbed my ex-girlfriend's a$$, (while we were still dating) and when she turned around, some other dude had a video camera. Unfortunately, I was not there, and could not smash it. Men aren't all like that though, most are really cool.
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Some men are. Some women are.

Maybe you amerikans need to re-appraise your mail system. Mail boxes? Quaint and all, but why?

In the UK we have these rectangular holes in our front doors, covered by a draught-proof flap. When the postie delivers our mail, it lands on the doormat - no need to leave the house.
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Well, we all live on these lush plantations that are a mile from the road, so it would take too much time for the mailmen to trudge all the way to the door to shove thirty AOL cds through that little hole.
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Well, we all live on these lush plantations that are a mile from the road, so it would take too much time for the mailmen to trudge all the way to the door to shove thirty AOL cds through that little hole.
Don't you mean mailpeople, you stupid disgusting bigot?
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Some men are. Some women are.

Maybe you amerikans need to re-appraise your mail system. Mail boxes? Quaint and all, but why?

In the UK we have these rectangular holes in our front doors, covered by a draught-proof flap. When the postie delivers our mail, it lands on the doormat - no need to leave the house.
Travel some. The rest of the world's pretty neat.

One good reason for mail boxes is apartment buildings.
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That's what I was thinking. But we know out letter carrier by name and there's no way he' grabbin' anyone. And we live in the big city, too. We know our letter carrier, and our UPS man [yes, he's a man], and a coupla FedEx guys [changes too often], and most other the delivery folks. Except DHL; they drop packages and run. I have no idea who delivers for them. Not bad for a "dangerous urban environment."
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Please help me picture this.

Do you live in a busy, urban area? Or is it normal suburban type neighborhood?

You're walking to the mailbox in the dark, and somebody sneaked up behind you, pinched your butt, and ran off cackling into the night? And this is the second time it's happened today?

That's very ...odd.
Does seem rather hard to believe, doesn't it?
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